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Constitution of the State of North-Carolina, Together with the Ordinances and Resolutions of the Constitutional Convention, Assembled in the City of Raleigh, Jan. 14th, 1868.
1868
 

Constitution of the State of New-York, Adopted in Convention, November 10th, 1821...
1822
 

Journal of the Convention, Holden at Montpelier, on the Fourth Day of January, 1843, Agreeable to the Ordinance of the Council of Censors...to Consider Certain Amendments Proposed to the Constitution of the State of Vermont. Published by Order of the Convention.
1843
 

Illinois Constitutional Convention. Constitution of the State of Illinois, Adopted by the Convention, Assembled at Springfield, June 7, 1847, in Pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly of the State of Illinois, Entitled "An Act to Provide for the Call of a Convention."
1847
 

Preamble and Constitution of the Rhode-Island Suffrage Association, Adopted Friday Evening, March 27, 1840.
1840
 

Deseret. Constitution of the State of Deseret, with the Journal of the Convention which formed it, and the proceedings of the Legislature consequent thereon. January 28, 1850...
1850
 

New Constitution of the State of Illinois. Presented by Hawley & Grant... [Wrapper title].
1870
 

Revised Constitution of the Patriotic Order of the United Sons of America.
1855
 

The Constitution of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage...
1788
 

Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of the Proposed State of New Mexico held at Santa Fe, New Mexico. October 3rd, 1910, to November 21st, 1910. [Wrapper title].
1910
 

Constitution of the United States of America...Also, "An Act To Establish a Territorial Government for Utah," Approved, September 9, 1850. Published by Authority: [1000 Copies Ordered To Be Printed.]
1852
 

The Constitution of…Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, as Adopted by the Convention, Assembled at Newport, September, 1842. Disbound, sheets loose. Outer leaves tanned, tiny piece (blank) chipped from top corner of first leaf. Small numeric rubberstamp on title with date stamp on last page. Good.
1842
 

The Constitution of...Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, as Adopted by the Convention, Assembled at Newport, September, 1842.
1842
 

ANON. Political and Moral Justice: or the Principles of a Free Government, Supported by the Highest Authorities.
1807
 

CRANSTON, HENRY Y. P Constitution of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, as Adopted by the Convention, Assembled at Providence, November, 1841.
1842
 

CRANSTON, HENRY Y. P Constitution of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, as Adopted by the Convention, Assembled at Providence, November, 1841.
1842
 

CRANSTON, HENRY Y. P Constitution of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, as Adopted by the Convention, Assembled at Providence, November, 1841.
1842
 

DORR, THOMAS W., et An Address to the People of Rhode-Island, From the Convention Assembled at Providence, on the 22nd Day of February, and Again on the 12th Day of March, to Promote the Establishment of a State Constitution.
1834
 

DORR, THOMAS. Proposed Constitution of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, as Finally Adopted by the People's Convention, Assembled at Providence on the 18th day of November, 1841. [Caption title].
1841
 

DUANE, WILLIAM. Report of a Debate, in the Senate of the United States, on a Resolution for Recommending to the Legislatures of the Several States, an Amendment to the Third Paragraph of the First Section of the Second Article of the Constitution of the United States, Relative to the Mode of Electing a President and Vice President of the Said States.
1804
 

EVERETT, EDWARD. Speech of Mr. Everett, on the Proposition to Amend the Constitution of the United States...
1826
 

FINDLEY, WILLIAM. Observations on "The Two Sons of Oil:" Containing a Vindication of the American Constitutions, and Defending the Blessings of Religious Liberty and Toleration, Against the Illiberal Strictures of the Rev. Samuel B. Wylie.
1812
 

FISK, THEOPHILUS & J
1845
 

GODDARD, WILLIAM G. An Address to the People of Rhode-Island, Delivered in Newport, on Wednesday, May 3, 1843, in Presence of the General Assembly, on the Occasion of the Change in the Civil Government of Rhode Island, by the Adoption of the Constitution, Which Superseded the Charter of 1663.
1843
 

GODDARD, WILLIAM G. An Address to the People of Rhode-Island, Delivered in Newport, on Wednesday, May 3, 1843, in Presence of the General Assembly, on the Occasion of the Change in the Civil Government of Rhode Island, by the Adoption of the Constitution, Which Superseded the Charter of 1663.
1843
 

HALLETT, BENJAMIN. The Right of the People to Establish Forms of Government. Mr. Hallett's Argument in the Rhode Island Causes, Before the Supreme Court of the United States, January, 1848. No. 14. Martin Luther vs. Luther M. Borden and Others. No. 77. Rachael Luther vs. the Same.
1848
 

INGERSOLL, EDWARD. Personal Liberty and Martial Law: A Review of Some Pamphlets of the Day.
1862
 

JUDD, WILLIAM. William Judd's Address to the People of the State of Connecticut, on the Subject of the removal of himself and four other Justices from Office, by the General Assembly of Said State, at Their Late October Session, for delcaring and publishing their Opinion that the people of this state are at present without a constitution of civil government.
1804
 

MARSHALL, JOHN. Opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States, at January Term, 1832, Delivered by Mr. Chief Justice Marshall, in the Case of Samuel A. Worcester...versus the State of Georgia...
1832
 

MERCER, CHARLES FENT An Exposition of the Weakness and Inefficiency of the Government of the United States...
1845
 

PITMAN, JOSEPH S. Report of the Trial of Thomas Wilson Dorr, for Treason...Together with the Sentence of the Court, and the Speech of Mr. Dorr Before Sentence....
1844
 

PITMAN, JOSEPH S. Report of the Trial of Thomas Wilson Dorr, for Treason...Together with the Sentence of the Court, and the Speech of Mr. Dorr Before Sentence....
1844
 

PITMAN, JOSEPH S. Report of the Trial of Thomas Wilson Dorr, for Treason...Together with the Sentence of the Court, and the Speech of Mr. Dorr Before Sentence....
1844
 

POTTER, ELISHA R. Considerations on the Questions of the Adoption of a Constitution, and Extension of Suffrage in Rhode Island.
1842
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. No. Treason. No. II. The Constitution.
1867
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. No. Treason. No. II. The Constitution.
1867
 

WHITE, ANTHONY W. Cavalry Orders, Bedford, December 5, 1794. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, printed in two columns, signed in type.
1794
 

WILLSON, JAMES R. Prince Messiah's Claims to Dominion Over All Governments: and the Disregard of Thjis authority by the United States in the Federal Constitution. Inscribed by the American Bible Society by the Author.
1832
 

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